Monthly Archives: June 2013

Seen Live: Lebbis

As we speak, I’m sipping some coffee, nibbling on some biscotti—you know, those Italian almond cookies you could break a tooth on but which are delicious none-the-less—thinking about what to say about Lebbis’s new show Het grijze gebied. I’m drawing a blank. ‘Cause as I said earlier, writing about comedy doesn’t make sense to me…. Read more »

First Lines: The Picture of Dorian Gray

Now that (apart from a distorting soundcard) my new PC is up and running, I should really clear my backlog of things to write. So without further ado: Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray, in which a picture ages, and a young man, inexplicably, does not. You see, young Dorian was convinced by his… Read more »